The upper foot/30cm of the snowpack generally lacks a slab, except where large, obvious wind features exist. The larger wind features are faceting too, losing strength. While there is plenty of weak snow in the shallow snowpack, the lack of a slab is making it difficult to trigger avalanches in this area.
Low-level clouds mostly stayed in Croy and to the south, occasionally lapping over into Indian Creek. Near 8000', recent winds had drifted a little snow but did not form any slabs; there, winds were borderline light-moderate. There is some snow available for transport, but it would take a strong wind event to move the snow out of the concave gullies.
Recreational ski day with no formal pits. The surface is weak (FC, SH, delicate low-density PP). The crusts above 12/26 have faceted away for the most part. Lingering wind slabs have lost a lot of strength.
We skied open slopes up to 35*. We planned to avoid wind-loaded slopes over 35* and stuck with that plan.